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, the expert witnesses, the jury will decide what is next for jodi arias. they can decide second or first-degree murder. >>> and then the first nra weekend, the first since pushing for tougher gun laws. more than 70,000 members are expected to attend the gun shows and rallies. and sarah palin kicked things off by criticizing the obama administration for, quote, exploiting victims of gun violence. listen. >> we have these tragedies like aurora and immediately the question raised in washington is well what can we do to limit the freedom of the people? but it's the wrong question. the question better asked is what can we do to nurture and support a people capable of living in freedom? >> other well known names on the schedule are radio personality, glenn beck, and rocker ted nugent. let's go where athena jones is live. what is going on there today? >> reporter: hi, victor. good morning. today is going to be about the nitty gritty, giving nra members marching orders to try to implement some measures of gun control in addition to the nationwide ones. one word for you or three words in some way
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washer for just $269 at lowe's today. >>> nine days out of ten i don't like jodi arias. >>> closing arguments from the defense in the jodi arias trial after seemingly endless graphic testimony, the spellbinding murder case, which has gone on for months, is now in the hands of the jury, and there's no shortage of evidence and testimony to consider. good morning, america, i'm bianna golodryga. the day finally arrived. >> it has. i'm dan harris. good morning, everybody. such a wild thing to hear from a defense attorney, nine days out of ten he doesn't even like his client. we're going to talk to a legal expert this morning about whether that was legally wise. this is, by the way, saturday, may 4th. may the 4th be with you. we'll explain why it's such a big holiday for "star wars" geeks. >>> also this morning, food fight. restaurant chains are at war again, and customers may be the winners with low prices on the menus. we'll tell you where to get the best deals coming up here on "gma." >> i like that story. >>> and as you said, it's a very important day for "star wars" fanatics. those o
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what's coming up next week. and jurors begin deliberations in the jodi arias trial. our legal guys examine the closing arguments. and after a judge lifts a gag order in atlanta, two teachers talk to me exclusively about the atlanta public school cheating scandal and what life has been like for them. all that beginning at the top of the hour. just less than seven minutes or so away. all right. randi, back to you in boston. >> all right, fred, looking forward to it all. thank you very much. closing arguments in the jodi arias trial are over. was the prosecution able to convince jurors that she is guilty? we'll find out how they did after a quick break. >>> closing arguments in the jodi arias trial are over. the prosecutor is trying to paint her as a liar who carefully planned the killing of travis alexander. while the defense says that she killed the victim in self-defense. our ted rolands has the details. >> reporter: jodi arias sat and watched as both sides argued over how they believe she killed her exboyfriend, travis alexander. >> absolutely without a shadow of a doubt she's a l
baggage handlers busted, rummaging through people's bags. plus the fate of jodi arias now in the hands of the jury. [ nurse ] i'm a hospice nurse. britta olsen is my patient. i spend long hours with her checking her heart rate, administering her medication, and just making her comfortable. one night britta told me about a tradition in denmark, "when a person dies," she said, "someone must open the window so the soul can depart." i smiled and squeezed her hand. "not tonight, britta. not tonight." [ female announcer ] to nurses everywhere, thank you, from johnson & johnson. >>> caught in the act -- kind of. you are looking at italian baggage handlers rifling through luggage being loaded and unloaded on aircraft. 86 handlers were arrested. they worked for the italian airline air italia at rome, naples and milan. if convicted they could get up to six years in prison. >>> it's an fbi first. a woman has been placed on the agency's most wanted terrorist list. jam is joanne chesimard. convicted of killing a new jersey state trooper 40 years ago. she was sent to prison but escaped two years lat
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. >>> in other news in morning, for four months the jury in the jodi arias trial has heard details of a raunchy sex life, a blood-spattered crime scene and a litany of lies, the jury could start deliberating arias' fate as early as today. closing arguments expected to wrap up. a guilty verdict will get her executed by lethal injection. ted rowlands if phoenix with more. >> without a shadow of a doubt, she is a liar. >> reporter: jodi arias broke down when juan martinez laid out the argument that she is a cold-blooded killer that premeditated the murder of travis alexander. >> she knew, absolutely knew and had already planned it. she knew. she was going to kill him. >> reporter: martinez told jurors that arias drove from northern california to his home in phoenix armed with a stolen gun. she used cans of gasoline to refuel the car and turned off her cell phone to avoid leaving a trail. >> she knew she was coming to kill him. >> reporter: family members openly wept as martinez, using graphic photos from the crime scene detailed how he says arias brutally stabbed alexander almost 30 times and shot
. >>> the jodi arias murder trial is now in the hands of the jury. they deliberated for just a few hours yesterday. they will now have the weekend off. 32-year-old arias is charged with the first-degree murder of her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. >>> the pressure on pepsi became too much. the soda company cut its tied to lil wayne, all stems from wheezy's crude letter ago ill reference to civil rights murder emmett till. >>> the nra's annual meeting in houston is entering its second day today, the organization's ceo and vice president, wayne lapierre, rallied the faithful by taking his stand and darketing the usual suspects. >> our feet are planted firmly if the foundation of freedom, unswayed by the winds of political and media insanity, and to the political and media leads who scorn us, we say let them be damned. >> nbc's casey hunt for us in houston. how did the comment goes over with the crowd? i imagine it was like throwing red meat to a bapack of wolves? >> went over very well. the room was on its feet several times during his pretty long speech standing ovations, whistles and ch
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